Forming part of a magnificent period sandstone semi detached villa in the desirable and incredibly convenient conservation area of Dowanhill this unique garden flat offers highly adaptable accommodation. The property has the notable feature of main door access directly into the property from the rear of the building as well beautifully presented communal grounds to the front and rear.
The current owners have carried out extensive improvements which include stylish decoration and quality flooring.
The property is called “Kilarden” and was built circa 1850, to a design by Boucher and Cousland and extended in 1880. One of its first residents was William Teacher, son of the founder of the Whisky Company.
The internal layout is of an impressive scale extending to a fabulous bay windowed lounge, re-fitted kitchen, dining area, two double bedrooms and bedroom three/study. There is also a contemporary four piece bathroom. There is excellent storage, secondary access from the communal hall and a gardener’s toilet just inside the back door, which is communal.
Main door access; inner hall with access to communal hall; fabulous living room to front with three section bay window and two storage cupboards; spacious kitchen with a range of base units; dining area with direct access to rear garden; bedroom one to rear with two section window; bedroom two with window to rear; single bedroom three/study with window to side; stylish four piece bathroom comprising bath, shower cubicle, toilet and wash hand basin. The property has gas central heating and beautiful communal grounds. Residents parking within the driveway. Share of garage storage and share of large garden level store room.
Council Tax Band: F
EPC Rating: C
Council Tax Band: F
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||-||-||£488,000 (3)||£270,000 (1)||-|
|Flats||£199,000 (6)||£258,967 (31)||£322,720 (25)||£425,999 (5)||-|
|All||£199,000 (6)||£258,967 (31)||£340,429 (28)||£399,999 (6)||-|